Pousada Refron Du Mar
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... in a sneaky 5.5km run before heading back to the campsite and getting ready for the next few days. We had our first BBQ tonight. While Chris made the most of the burgers, I was treated to grilled Brazilian cheese skewers, a bit like haloumi.... Yum. We've stocked up on beer, cheaper than water and cheaper than beer in Asia. We are currently paying R1.89 for a 475ml can... That's .90c people! In summary, tours going well and we loved Paraty. Can't wait for the next stage of the ...
... fish in amongst the rocks near the shore: yellow stripey ones, ghostly white one who flashed silver in the sun, long green ones that looked a bit like a small clarinet or oboe. To top it all off, at the lunch stop we found a whole colony of fiddler crabs! I immediately began re-living the notion of my 12 year old self who thought they might make good pets, despite the fact that to keep them you need a tank of some wet sand, some drt sand, some fresh water, ...
... at around 2 and saw one of the English guys wondering around aimlessly, looking slightly lost and wet. He explained that he had gone for a swim... when I asked him why he explained that he was a swimmer. Of course that now makes total sense that you would go for a swim at 3am!! It would appear that we hadn't had our fair share of head injuries for the day... as he explained that he had fainted and bumped his head on a rock... but ...
... head to Iguazu next, so a 6 hour bus to Sao Paulo, a 2 hour wait and then a 14 hour bus over night. Yay. God bless the Kindle.
God bless the kindle i havenīt got. Finished the one book i brought with me ages ago and havenīt found any books to read from the hostels we have stayed in. Thinking about the crabs should be enough to get me through the journey, they were bloody brilliant.
Untill next time
Tom & Toni
... are usually far too salty for my taste. Totally full, we headed to a waterside bar for a couple of caipirinhas - such a good drink and only BR8 here. There's another GAP group here and they were at the next table. Good crowd, but very young! This is such a quaint place, pretty houses and despite unpaved roads, quite clean. There are no cars here either, so lovely and quiet - apart from the music in the bars. Such a shame we have to leave tomorrow.